From Selin Kesebir, Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School The average woman is less competitive than the average man: she is less likely to describe herself as competitive and less willing to enter a competition. In the workplace, this difference translates to performance; recent research by economists and political scientists indicates that competitive people do better socioeconomically. For example, among graduates of a…

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